New Hampshire

  • Childs Brook New Hampshire: A project worth the wait

    Childs Brook, a tributary of the Ammonoosuc River remains challenged by a series of barriers to fish migration on its path to the Connecticut River. However, a major stride for watershed connectivity has been established by recent completion of a culvert replacement project where West Bath Road crosses the stream.  A priority list of culverts…

  • Climate Change

    TU projects fare well in Northeast flooding

    Rain water floods the side of a road, destroying the pavement

    When recent heavy rains pummeled the Northeast, the immediate priority was safety for the region’s residents.  Now that deadly flood waters have receded, New Englanders are grappling with both the emotional scars of the devastation to lives and property and assessing the damage and moving forward toward recovery.  Trout Unlimited seasonal stream technician Mo Ouren…

  • Conservation

    Generous bequest boosts TU’s Land Conservancy Fund

    Trout Unlimited’s work inspires in many ways.

    Trout Unlimited’s work inspires in many ways.  For longtime member and volunteer leader Schuyler Sweet, being involved in a river protection project made such an impact he was moved to extreme generosity. His decision offers Trout Unlimited chapters an important source of funding to support acquisition and protection of land critical to trout and salmon conservation.…

  • Travel Community Fishing

    Four refuges to add to your summer bucket list

    As you make your to-fish-list for the summer, don’t overlook these hidden gems.

    As the days get longer and the weather warms up, it’s natural to feel excited to go outside and float rivers, fish streams, and hike trails. No matter what part of the country you live in, there’s always a new place to explore. Although they are sometimes overlooked, we recommend visiting a National Wildlife Refuge…

  • From the field

    Snakes, snarled permits & supply chain snafus

    Just another field season at TU.

    For Trout Unlimited crews, restoring streams means persisting through every manner of calamity It’s another muggy August day and Erin Rodgers is in her element, walking along a brook in New Hampshire looking at how a habitat enhancement project on the stream held up through high water from a recent thunderstorm. A few hundred miles…

  • Restoration Conservation

    Long road trip a journey through TU wins

    “You’re driving?”  The question came with an unmistakable tone of incredulity.  I had just told a friend that I would be driving from my home in Virginia to a conference in northern Vermont. Their surprise was understandable. The shortest route from my home in Roanoke to Jay Peak Resort is 824 miles.   There was a method to…